Much of my photography focuses downward on wildflowers and other things found below my feet. At other times my gaze is drawn upwards, lifted by the clouds in the sky.
Formed of dust, water vapor, and ice crystals, the clouds form beautiful patterns across the sky. Although clouds only take a few basic forms, there is infinite variety to their shape. I find myself photographing clouds again and again. The photos below were taken in Mid-Michigan, along the Lake Michigan shore, and as far away as the coast of Maine.